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4 October, 2022 | OnlineLand-BasedCasinoIndustry

AGA: Gaming CEOs remain positive about industry’s current business situation

Gaming CEOs are positive about the industry’s current business situation, according to the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) Gaming Industry Outlook presented in partnership with Fitch Ratings. Moreover, many CEOs are confident about future conditions despite persistent concerns about today’s economic environment. 68% of executives surveyed said the present business situation is good, with 28% saying it is satisfactory, whil...
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